PORTAL - In the context of many challenges from the Covid-19 pandemic, Tetra Pak continues to uphold its commitment to "Protect good quality" through three main core values: Protecting food safety, protecting people and protecting the future with many outstanding achievements in 2019. This is information in the 2020 Sustainability Report of Tetra Pak Company (Sweden) that has just been announced.
Specifically, food safety and ensuring food supply have always been considered as a key task by Tetra Pak, even during the pandemic. Tetra Pak has achieved many remarkable results in food protection such as: Continuing to implement the School Milk program, bringing a nutritious food to more than 68 million children in 56 countries.
In addition, Tetra Pak continues to contribute to the sustainable development of the earth through many solutions focus on low-carbon emission to promote a circular economy and ensure the sustainability of the whole supply chain from input materials to the manufacturing process and the end of the product's life cycle.
With the view that people are a valuable asset, Tetra Pak continuously implements many human resource development activities in order to well implement its strategy to 2030. Specifically, an increase of 14% in the proportion of female senior leaders compared to 2018, a decrease of 8% of wasted time due to accidents at production facilities, an increase of 29% of female outsourcing workers along with programs building a diverse but same culture workforce, especially ensuring safety for over 25,500 employees of the company during the pandemic.
Tetra Pak Factory in Binh Duong
Towards mitigating the impact of climate change, in June 2020, Tetra Pak announced a commitment with no greenhouse gas emissions from its operations by 2030 and from the entire supply chain of the company by 2050. At the same time, the company also plans to test aseptic sterile paper cartons produced entirely from recyclable materials by 2022.
Tetra Pak has a sterile paper box manufacturing factory in Vietnam - Singapore II-A Industrial Park (Tan Uyen town, Binh Duong province) awarded LEED version 4 Gold certificate which is the most - demanding certificate on environment recognized globally. This is the first factory in Vietnam and the eighth factory in Asia of Tetra Pak specializing in producing sterile paper boxes for drinks for the domestic market and exporting to other countries in ASEAN and Australia and New Zealand.
The factory manufacturing Tetra Pak sterile paper box in Binh Duong was awarded LEED version 4 Gold certificate